Monitoring for MPGs: Ethiopia
DRC partnered with graduate students from the Fletcher School at Tufts University, to design three quantitative and qualitative monitoring tools to gauge the effect of MPGs at household and community levels (namely household survey, key informant interview and community group discussion templates). This was in line with this Consortium’s Basic Needs Approach and the CALP Network’s Monitoring4CTP guidance. The purpose of the data collection was to test the tools by monitoring existing MPGs implemented by other agencies (outside of the consortium). The pilot reports provide analysis and utilisation guidance specific to the pilot countries to support programme decision making, and the final report summarises and reflects on aggregated learning and recommended processes from a MEAL perspective.
The Monitoring for MPGs – Ethiopia Toolkit contains:
Community Discussion Guide
Key Informant Interview Guide